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is protest a thought, action & then embodiment? protest to us is taking up space and making sure others have room. protest is building our own table and giving others the tools to do the same. protest is sharing resources and helping each other feel empowered and safe.

ALL PROCEEDS GO TO HELP US BUILD THE CREATIVE HUB AT DW:HQ IN WEST ASHEVILLE.

IF NOT US
THEN WHO

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BECOME A PARTNER @ $25 / MONTH
BEFORE FEB 5th && GET A TSHIRT

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!! you will get a code for your shirt in your email after you become a supporting partner for $25 / month or more !! must be a monthly gift !! 

Link to: HOODIE

HOODIE

$88.88

SWEATPANT

$111.11

LONGSLEEVE

$44.44

Link to: TSHIRT

TSHIRT

$33.33

ALL SIZING IS UNISEX.
100% COTTON, MADE IN USA.

what does the $$ go towards?

every dollar of our profit goes towards our vision to build the creative hub and support the working creative. your money helps us keep the lights on and pay the bills to make that happen. we are not a non-profit, but we operate on shared values and collective vision. we believe every organization should operate this way. we pay our employees well. we prioritize mental health and time to dreaam of and implement ways to dismantle capitalism and white supremacy.

every $25 of gift $$ support or profit from our merch provides open access to the creative hub for one person / month

what is the creative hub?

++ a place to check out creative equipment for digital media to use in the space at no cost, or to reserve for off-site use at a reasonable sliding scale

++ somewhere to connect people with other local creatives and businesses that are committed to helping others cross

++ a safe space for all where you can get what you need and also what you didn’t know you needed

(( omg those aren’t real masks ))

yeah, we know. it’s creative expression. instead of running away from people having to cover their faces, we’re leaning into it.  hopefully you’re smart enough not to take health cues from lifestyle photography and yes PLEASE wear a real mask.

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OH AND a big ty to brandon mcclain for taking these photos and to all our friends for bumming around the mall parking lot with us